Trees Brought Down as Typhoon In-Fa Makes Landfall in China's Zhejiang Province

Typhoon In-Fa made landfall in China’s Zhejiang province on July 25, packing strong winds damaging trees, and bringing heavy rainfall.

Winds of up to 35 metres per second were recorded at the centre of the storm as it passed over China’s east coast, according to a local weather bureau. More than one-and-a-half million people were relocated ahead of the incoming storm and many roads were left inundated with water according to local news reports.

Over 1,000 trees were felled in nearby Shanghai, according to local news reports. This video shows firefighters removing a fallen tree from powerlines in Taizhou. Credit: Zhejiang Fire via Storyful

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